Jim Anderson's Notes: "The duress the plants are under in the thin marine soils' upper layers in our estate vineyard causes the fruit to be relatively low in yields and smaller on a per cluster basis. This makes for darker and more naturally more structured wines. Even in a higher yielding, warmer (and therefore fruit-driven) year this bottling still exhibits broodingly dark fruit intertwined with loamy, earthy characteristics and finishes with gripping tannins that give the wine form. This is Pinot Noir for those with darker souls and, perhaps, some devious intentions..."
Classic nose. This wine be giving for a number of years
Classic nose. This wine be giving for a number of years9.2